What is there will with an apostrophe in it?
I assume you mean to contract, or shorten the words 'there will' ? The contracted form is there'll
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No. A spider is a spider and an apostrophe is an apostrophe.
Veterans - plural does not have an apostrophe. Veteran's - singular possessive does have an apostrophe. Veterans' - plural possessive does have an apostrophe.
No, your doesn't have an apostrophe. You're, however, does have an apostrophe because it's a contraction for you and are.
you've is the apostrophe of you have
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' < is the sign for apostrophe.
This is an apostrophe.( ' )
An apostrophe is not required.
No, taste doesn't have an apostrophe.
Can't is cannot with an apostrophe.
Shall not with an apostrophe is shan't.
there is no apostrophe
you dont use an apostrophe in will not
won't Additional answer It's not true to say that won't is in an apostrophe. Apostrophe is the little comma that goes into words where one or more letters have been omitted and won't is the contracted form of will not. ^I think they know what an apostrophe is! They were asking what 'will not' was when it was shortened with an apostrophe.
An apostrophe is a rhetorical device where a speaker addresses an inanimate object that can't be present. Douglass addresses apostrophe to the sailboat.
If the word ends in apostrophe s or ends in s apostrophe, then there is NO space before or after the apostrophe, but always a space before the next word.
after the t (it's) You put an apostrophe on 'its' if it's a contraction of "it is." Otherwise, 'its' has no apostrophe because that's its nature.
Mrs Debase. (no apostrophe) Mrs Debase's handbag. (Possessive apostrophe)
I am does not need an apostrophe. It is only when you make it into a contraction by dropping the a that you need the apostrophe. It becomes I'm in that situation.
There is not apostrophe in June. But, there would be apostrophe in the following example: June's car was totaled in the accident.
An apostrophe in a contraction replaces certain letters. I do not go to school. I don't go to school.
It is an apostrophe that is used in a word like couldn't. Instead of could not you use an apostrophe to make it in to couldn't and that is how is used. It can also be used with numbers, like for example 1954 using an apostrophe like this '54 makes it an apostrophe that shows contraction.
you do not use an apostrophe in cultures.
an apostrophe is a punctuation mark.
No, because plurals do not need an apostrophe.
No apostrophe is to be putted in this sentence.
Yes you do add an apostrophe.
We would. Apostrophe=woul[d]
They would. Apostrophe=woul[d]
An apostrophe that expresses possession, e.g.mom's, bird's, city's An apostrophe that expresses possession, e.g.mom's, bird's, city's
An apostrophe "stands in" for missing letters in a contraction. o'clock is a contraction of "of the clock" and the apostrophe indicates the missing letters.
I'm not an apostrophe, but an apostrophe is an useful ting in langue arts. and It is used for like Annie's dog, something belongs to her..
A plural apostrophe doesn't look like anything. There's no such thing as a plural apostrophe.
"Yo'" has an apostrophe because it is a shortened form of "your". The apostrophe represents the missing letters u and r.
You use an apostrophe when someone owns something such as "Ben's Car". You also use an apostrophe to shorten something such as "That is beautiful" when you shorten it with an apostrophe it would be " That's beautiful". HOPE I HELPED
Just an apostrophe is correct. IE. Where are Davis' shoes?
I shall with an apostrophe is I'll, same as I will.
No, there is no apostrophe in the phrase "21st century."
There is no apostrophe in "Sports Field"
The apostrophe will come after s. (James')
There's is a contraction of "there is" and requires an apostrophe.
do you need an apostrophe after the s in Koreans
dare'ot is how you spell dare not with an apostrophe
it's is a abbreviation of it is so it should have an apostrophe
An apostrophe is not a letter. It falls into the punctuation category.
No. Harringtons doesn't need an apostrophe.
No. The Cannons doesn't need an apostrophe.
no There should never be an apostrophe in "never".
No they are not spelled with an apostrophe.